The Baltimore City Department of Public Works has become aware of water bills that were recently sent out with a shortened reading period. The shortened reads were caused by a glitch when a security patch was installed on the billing computer.
On Thursday, Sept. 14, a sanitary sewer overflow occurred at North Charles and West Lanvale Streets. This overflow began at 12:30 p.m. and lasted for approximately two hours. This is a structured overflow site which discharged an estimated 141,000 gallons into the Jones Falls.
New rules are now in place for Baltimore’s stormwater fee and credit regulations. The new regulations make it easier to earn credits, and provide opportunities for some organizations to be exempt from paying the fee.
In anticipation that Hurricane Irma may affect the Baltimore area next week, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) is taking steps to keep its around-the-clock water operations up and running.
Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Director Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., was honored by the Chesapeake Section of the American Water Works Association with the George Warren Fuller Award, the most prestigious award that the group bestows.
Baltimore City Public Works Director Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., today reminds citizens that Household Hazardous Waste drop-offs will be accepted on Friday and Saturday, September 1-2, at the Northwest Citizens' Convenience Center, 2840 Sisson Street.